Hedonism Disscusion[change source]
A little problem[change source]
I'm not sure how to edit it, but a problem with this article is about Epicureanism. This belief, I believe, is seperate from Hedonism, because while Hedonism would be "Eat, drink, and be merry), while Epicureanism would be "Don't eat, drink, and be merry, as tommorow you will have both a stomach and a headache", or something along those lines. Either way, I think a note should be added about the difference between Hedonism and Epic.
- I think it would be good to start the two red-linked articles, to explain such things. --Eptalon (talk) 10:45, 21 February 2008 (UTC)
Part 2 The comment on the "dont eat drink and be merry" comment is the exact definition of the Epic. version of hedo because if you were to actually read and understand wikipedia's version it does say they will "hold off" for less painfull pleasures down the road --- thus "don't eat drink and be merry as tommorow you will have a headache and stomach ache" would and still does apply to the "epic" version of hedonism.